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What would be the origin of endosporeforming bacteria in pepper and other dried foods such as oregano?

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How would a high number of endosporeforming bacteria in pepper affect the quality and other prepared and vacuum-packaged ready-to-eat foods?

I know what endosporeforming bacteria are, but I'm not sure how it affects food (spices).

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